Woman recognises partners signs of a stroke from 22,000km away.

A Brisbane woman was able to tell her partner, Joshua, was having a stroke during a phone call that took place over 22,000kms away. Once she did, Madison Trudell quickly phoned a friend who rushed over and was able to save him. Quite an incredible tale, all thanks to Madison being quick on her pins and spotting the tell-tale signs that something was up.

“It wasn’t one big thing to be honest, it was more a series of small things that gave it away. I asked him what he had been watching on TV and he said ‘My Kitchen Rules.’ That wasn’t necessarily strange, but when he said it was “Really quality viewing”, my Spidey-senses began to tingle.”

More evidence began to mount up as the conversation continued on.

“He then said he thought the three Masterchef judges were not “greedy” and that they deserved their six-figure salary for standing around and eating dishes,” said Madison.

Whilst these two comments are quite on the nose, the clanger came when the conversation turned to tennis.

“That’s when I knew he was seriously not well when he said Nick Kyrgios seemed like a good bloke. I knew then something was up,” said Madison Trudell.

Thankfully her friend was able to get help and Joshua was attended to by paramedics who made him feel like himself in no time.

“A big thanks to the Ambos who helped me. They don’t get paid enough, not like those Masterchef wankers,” said Joshua, feeling more like himself by the minute.

Published by Brian Rowe

Brian lives in Queensland with his wife and [insert Councilly approved number of] cats and dogs. He has been described as handsome, charming, intelligent... and his mum also said, “He’s a very good boy.”

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